The Caddo Herald
August 2, 1912
A fire at the Airdome Saturday night caused a whole lot of excitement and a little damage. No one was injured.
March 7, 1913
House of Quality Moving Pictures
New Management- New Machine
Remodeled. New opera chairs, machine room lined with iron, absolutely fire-proof. Canvas roof insures perfect comfort.
2 Shows each night except Sunday.
Performance Begins 7:30 and 8:30
3 reels each show; 2 shows each night; program changed nightly
Admission 5 and 10 cents
March 7, 1913
Mrs. Gus Goodman has become proprietor of the Airdome, which has been closed all winter, and has placed an up-to-date machine, besides new opera chairs, roof and otherwise remodeled this house of entertainment. The roof was put on so that the weather conditions would not interfere with the show. In pretty weather it will be rolled back, thus insuring comfort at all time. The opening performance was given Tuesday night to a large audience.
May 16, 1913
Airdome Extra Special
The proceeds at the Airdome tonight will be divided with the Methodist Church choir, the money to be applied to the piano.
Besides three extra feature reels, there will be some splendid extra music. The Caddo orchestra, assisted by Prof. Koehler, will furnish that, and illustrated songs will be sung by Miss Vista Slack, and Carroll Franks.
Two performances remember, so if the house is crowded for the first, you can see the second. They begin at 8 and 9:15. The selections for this entertainment are something very good, and something that everyone will enjoy. The admission will be 20c and 10c. Be sure to come.
September 26, 1913
This week the meat market and Thompson’s Tailoring Shop moved out of the Baxter Building which is being remodeled and Mrs. Goodman will move into it with her moving picture show. Mrs. Goodman has been giving a good line of shows all summer and has enjoyed a good patronage and is moving into the brick for winter quarters. She has purchased a new screen, known as a mirror screen, which will reflect pictures in a lighted hall and they are much better. The floor will be inclined and plenty of seat installed for every occasion.
May 15, 1914
As a part of the pre-commencement entertainments, Mrs. C. E. Johnston at the home of Mrs. D. B. Williams Wednesday night entertained the seniors and juniors. Those who attended report a splendid entertainment. Mrs. G. Goodman last night entertained the seniors with a box party at the Electric Theatre.
September 25, 1914
T. L. Baldwin was here from Durant yesterday with the reel pictures that he had made of the Caddo Corn Carnival showing it to a few people and making arrangements for its exhibition in Caddo.
By arrangement with Mrs. G. Goodman, the Carnival moving pictures will be shown Thursday and Friday nights next at the Electric Theatre in Caddo. The Carnival reel will be shown in addition to the regular show and an additional entrance fee will be charged. This reel shows the mains acts of the Carnival as they occurred- the parade, the riding, exhibits, the queen, the ball, the grounds, and many points of interest in town, including business houses, residences, and mills.
The reel is a good one showing people and scenes that you are familiar with. Don’t fail to see Doug Williams and H. T. Styron in the pictures. It is a good advertisement for Caddo.